Escalera en el alojamiento turístico Faro Isla Pancha
(Ribadeo, Lugo). España / Stairs at the tourist accommodation
Faro Isla Pancha (Ribadeo, Lugo). Spain
Proyecto para un hotel de 4 estrellas en A Coruña. España /
Proyecto for a 4 star hotel in A Coruña. Spain
Un material/ A material: Solid surface
Un color/ A colour: Rojo / Red
Un objeto cotidiano/ An everyday
object: La manilla/ The handle
Un proyecto pendiente/ A pending
project: Sebastian Suite, un proyecto
de negocio que tenemos en marcha
y del que aún no podemos hablar...
Sebastian Suite, a business project that
is in progress but which we cannot talk
about yet ...
Un interiorista/ An interior designer:
Un diseñador/ A designer: Mariscal
Una ciudad para vivir/ A city to live in:
A Coruña. España / Spain
Un hotel de ensueño/ A dream hotel:
Hoshi Ryokan - Komatsu Japón
Your studio is a benchmark in the segment
in Galicia. Do you intend to move outside
your borders with some new project?
We undertake many of our projects in Galicia,
for physical closeness and for acquaintance.
Although even from the start we have carried
out works throughout the national territory. To
highlight some, we can talk about the Hotel
Balneario de Grávalos, Grupo Tesal, in Rioja.
Occasionally, we have also undertaken international
projects: in Portugal, the Wellness Hotel
Vizela Spa, and in North Africa we would
highlight the Hotel Sabura, in the Cape Verde
We are currently involved in the design of a
leisure-catering franchise that will quickly be
implemented throughout the country. It is called
The Strad Club and the first venue opens
in September in Barcelona. It is a new line of
business with an innovative concept, which we
hope will be a hit in the sector.
PF1 Interiorismo is a company created by
two women interior designers. Do you
think there is a “feminine style” when it
comes to tackling interiors?
There is always a personal imprint on everything
that one does, but we take care in adapting to
the needs of the end-customer encompassing
the style that he requested.
Has anything influenced you as women to
work in this sector?
No, it was the market that demanded certain
requirements and that made us specialize.
When a client contacts you to carry out a
project, what does he expect from PF1?
What does your studio offer that makes a
Solutions. Design, execution and our professional
solvency is a decisive differentiating factor.
How do you see the hotel sector right now?
It is an experiencing an entire renovation on
many levels, both on aesthetic and business lines.
It is vertiginous to see how design is increasingly
being consumed more quickly, and that
forces us to be in continuous renewal.